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Making a
welcome return on today’s “A Book and a Chat” is my guest Bruce Sarte.

Previously on
the show Bruce and I discussed his various writings which cover many styles and
subjects.

From the
vampire thriller “Sands of Time”,
and his paranormal murder mystery “Towering Pines
Volume One: Room 509
” to  the
story of how God selected “The Star of
Christmas
”.

We learned on
the last show about his latest venture with which Bruce seems to have found his
slot in the literary market.

In “The Philadelphia
Story”
Bruce introduced the readers to Detective Lance Carter together with his
partner, Linc Diesel, travel to the darker side of Philadelphia. 

As one reviewer described the book…

It is like 1946's The Big Sleep was meeting up with a more
modern version of Detective Phillip Marlow. It had a flow that, while at times
was predictable, was incredibly smooth for the most part.  Sarte does a great job of allowing his readers
a glimpse of Philadelphia and its rich history, as well as spinning a tale that
is fast paced and right in your face until the end. 

The success of this first book in the Lance Carter series
has now been followed by “The Insider’s Story”.

About “The Insider’s Story” (taken from amazon):

An Amazon Hard Boiled Detective Top 20 Bestseller (November
2012)

Lance Carter is bringing back the classic detectives like Spenser, Dick Tracy
and Dirty Harry all rolled into one - Kindle Soup Reviews (about Philadelphia
Story)

When Lacey Ramsey walks into Lance Carter's office she wants to hire him to get
her boyfriend out of trouble. Lance thinks she's nothing more than a girlfriend
with an over active imagination... until he learns he is a Philadelphia Police
Officer. When he learns he is an elite POINT team member, he is sure he wants
nothing to do with this case.

When he learns Lacey's boyfriend is cheating on her and that is why he is
ignoring Lacey, Lance thinks case closed.

But when the body count begins to mount he knows this case is far from
closed...

With a third book Lance Carter book already underway plus the follow up to “Towering Pines
Volume One: Room 509
, the name Bruce Sarte looks like one to follow
on your book shelves or library.

So listen now and share an interesting, and entertaining show as I chat with my special guest today on A Book and a Chat with Bruce Sarte

Barry

Direct link to the show

">A Book and a Chat with Bruce Sarte

or you can download the mp3 file of the show from
"Bruce Sarte"

You can find out more about my guest and their books at:
"Bruce Sarte - The Insider's Story"

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